Exit restrictions from 8 p.m. to 6 a.m.: There is currently an exit restriction in Austria during the night. You can only leave the house or apartment for the following reasons:
- Work & voluntary work
- Necessary basic needs of daily life
- Help / care for other people
- Exercise in the fresh air
Between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m., a maximum of 2 households, a maximum of 4 adults with their children, are allowed to meet.
The social contacts should be reduced as much as possible. The recommendation is: don't meet anyone. The time should be spent with the people who live in the same household. Individuals living alone may choose one person as their personal contact. If e.g. individual relatives need support, a meeting is of course allowed. Birthday parties, anniversary celebrations and other celebrations are prohibited.
In public places, everyone who does not live in their own household must be kept 2 metres away. When meeting in closed public spaces, keep a distance of 2 metres and wear a FFP2 mask.
The shops are are open. However, there are strict measurements.
The restaurants are closed. Pick-up of meals is possible from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Delivery service is allowed around the clock. From December 7, 2020, open alcoholic beverages may not be sold for pick-up. The restaurants are expected to be closed until the end of March, 2021.
Pubs, bars and nightspots are closed.Hotels and accommodation providers are also closed. There are exceptions for business trips that cannot be postponed. Hotels and accommodations will remain closed until the end of March, 2021.
Events are generally prohibited.
All contact sports are prohibited. Entering leisure facilities such as fitness studios, indoor swimming poolsis not permitted. But still keep moving and get some fresh air. Skiing, cross-country skiing, ski touring or ice skating are allowed. Museums and libraries are open.
The use of taxis or driving in a car pool are only permitted if there are only 2 people per row of seats (including driver). FFP2 masks must be worn in any case.
Public transport can of course be used. FFP2 masks are mandatory and a distance of 2 metes from other passengers should be maintained. This also applies to bus stops, underground stations or airports.
Cable cars, gondolas and other ascent aids are open.
FFP2 masks are mandatory in all closed public spaces:
- Public transport (including mountain railways)
- Grocery stores and super markets
- Offices, authorities, banks & post offices
- In generally, accessible indoor areas
- Medical practices & pharmacies
- and whenever the minimum distance cannot be maintained.
Source: Sichere Gastfreundschaft & Ski amadé